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from all sorts of law enforcement, fire and first responders. they left santa cruz around 8:45 this morning. snaked their way through downtown santa cruz, continued a slow crawl up highway 17 to highway 85 to highway 87 and finally here, downtown san jose. along the route, other agencies and ordinary citizens stopped to pay tribute. tim shea made it a point to step up on the rail of the highway 17 overpass to hold up a sign honoring the only two santa cruz police officers to ever be killed in the line of duty. >> i'm just a regular guy trying to do something, you know? i do this kind of stuff because it makes me sleep better at night, regular guy, standing on the bridge, giving them a salute. >> reporter: how are the families doing? >> you know, they're doing incredibly well given the circumstances. they're on an emotional roller coaster right now. but for us, all we can do is surround them with love, caring and support and show them that by how we honor them today in this memorial service. but then again, how we honor their legacy in how we behave and how we conduct ourselv
was wearing an ankle monitoring bracelet as required by law. he also tried to avoid capture using a police scanner app installed on his smartphone. the sergeant commenting that's just a sign of the level of sophistication criminals will go to today even though in this case it did not help him. the woman thinks he forced his way through a window she left unlocked in the kitchen. she wishes her husband had been there. she's thankful her daughters weren't. report live, bob redell, nbc bay area news. >> thank you very much. >>> we have new video of a memorial for a teenage girl killed in an alleged dui crash over the weekend. friends continue leaving flowers and tokens for the 17-year-old. the high school student was reportedly a long distance runner who was about to run her very first meet for the school. she was killed saturday night while crossing sloat boulevard at vale avenue. there is a crosswalk there but no stoplight or stop sign. police arrested 29-year-old kieran brewer at the scene for vehicular manslaughter. today the board of supervisors is expected to approve nearly $800,000 in p
of neighborhoods this morning as police and other law enforcement agencies serve search warrants. the raid started before dawn. and authorities say they arrested a total of 12 people and seized one ak-47. oakland police chief howard jordan says the efforts have required a lot of teamwork. >> in addition to all of our federal, state and local partners that have joined us today, we have commitments from them to be here as long as necessary so that they can help us reduce violent crime in oakland. >> police say their work is not done. they're still looking for seven more suspects who are expecting to learn more in a press conference coming up expected to happen at 11:00 this morning. >>> in the south bay a large homeless encampment is being forced to move out this morning. police and city crews showed up a couple hours ago to start cleaning up the area. but many people who were living at the camp are wondering where do they go next. bob redell joins from us the ca camp's location which is between the san jose airport and the rose garden. >> reporter: good morning to you, marla. san jose police have a
on it for you. a very fluid situation. a lot of law enforcement out here trying to get to the bottom of this, get it resolved. for now it stays as it was with those three people on board. that's the latest from here reporting live from pacifica. back to you guys. >> thank you so much. new video this morning out of florida where crews are demolishing the home where a sinkhole swallowed a man. crews are knocking down the walls of this house. and clearing away the debris to try and get a better look at the hole. on thursday night, the hole opened up and swallowed 37-year-old jeff bush. crews today will also decide what will happen to the two homes on either side of that man's home. >>> for first time in a long time, casey anthony coming out of seclusion today for a bankruptcy hearing. in that infamous trial the florida mother was acquitted on charges he killed her dare caylee. in january anthony filed for chaerpt 7 bankruptcy claiming to be $972,000 in debt. that debt stem from lawyers fees she racked up during her murder trial. her appearance was the first since she left jail following her acq
to the hp pavilion for tomorrow's noon service. more than 200 law enforcement vehicles will join in the 33-mile funeral procession starting at 8:45 in the morning at the boardwalk parking lot. from there it will wind through santa cruz, go over highway 17, 285, 287 and final toll the hp pavilion. the procession will take up both lanes of highway 17 at 30 to 40 miles per hour. you'll be able to follow but not pass. drivers should also expect rolling road closures. nbc bay area will provide live coverage of the memorial service on air and online starting at noon. two venues in santa cruz will be showing the service live on big screens. doors open at kaiser permanente arena on front street tomorrow morning, the del mar theatre will also host a viewing. we've learned that some of the plants that have been deposited here at this temporary memorial will find a permanent location. the plan is to plant them at a memorial guard on the honor officer butler and sergeant baker. the police department tells us they've received $45,000 in donations from the public for the officers' families, and they've
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